Plan an extended visit to St. Croix. With over 34,000 acres and two great rivers—the Saint Croix River, which is a National Scenic Riverway, and the Kettle River, a State Wild and Scenic River—there's so much to do. Explore the rivers by canoe or with a fishing pole. Swim at Lake Clayton or climb a fire tower.
The park has miles of trails for hikers, horseback riders, bicyclists, snowmobilers, and cross-country skiers. Campers can reserve drive-in, walk-in, backpack, and horseback campsites. Large groups can reserve the modern group centers or the primitive group camps.
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Fire tower and roads
Fire Tower is closed for the season. The dirt roads to the east and west are closed for the season also.
October 9th, 2017 for the season. Dump station will also be off at this time. You can fill your camper or water containers at the east side of the St Croix Lodge.
(Updated Dec. 28, 2017)
Camping and lodging
The group camp, all guesthouse and cabin lodging, and campsites in the horse campgrounds are all reservable.
State Forest Campgrounds
St. Croix State Park also manages the Boulder and Tamarack Horse campground and day-use areas inside the St. Croix State Forest. For information on these units, please contact the St. Croix State Park office at (320) 384-6591.
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Only use approved firewood!
Help prevent the spread of tree-killing insects by burning only approved firewood, available at all Minnesota State Parks.
Best time to contact the park:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
30065 St. Croix Park Road
Hinckley, MN 55037
The park is located 15 miles east of Hinckley on State Highway 48, then 5 miles south on County Road 22.